How to help a snorer, the easy way, Part Four Up to this point, we have covered three ways to help a snorer. They are: Positional Products Chinstrap Trial APAP unit (if you’d like to get snoring started quickly, go here.) We’ve now arrived at the fourth option, the CPAP.** All of the steps […] The post How to help a snorer, the easy way, Part Four appeared first on CPAP Clinic - Snoring Solutions & Sleep Apnea Blog.
How to help a snorer, the easy way, Part Three So you’ve assisted the snorer with positional options and a chinstrap but it’s not enough to contain the snoring. (if you’d like to get snoring started quickly, go here.) What’s next? Let’s consider the Autoset Trial PAP device and the Apnea Link. We’ll […] The post How to help a snorer, the easy way, Part Three appeared first on CPAP Clinic - Snoring Solutions & Sleep Apnea Blog.
How to help a snorer ~ the easy way, Part Two Now that sleeping position has been identified in the quest to assist the snorer, what can be done about the noise from snoring when it re-emerges? Is a trip to the doctor inevitable? Not yet ~ there is another way. Before unveiling […] The post How to help a snorer ~ the easy way, Part Two appeared first on CPAP Clinic - Snoring Solutions & Sleep Apnea Blog.
How to help a snorer ~ the easy way, Part One So you’ve helped someone who snores, but the snorer insists on sleeping on their side to solve their snoring. Is this a good thing? Yes, it’s a start. For some, side sleeping actually reduces snoring to some degree. But a question follows, is it […] The post How to help a snorer ~ the easy way, Part One appeared first on CPAP Clinic - Snoring Solutions & Sleep Apnea Blog.
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Sleep apnea can cause a variety of troubling symptoms, from loud snoring to chronic daytime sleepiness. This sleep disorder is often treated with a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine, but many patients find it difficult to use. As an alternative, oral appliance therapy is often easier to get used to and can yield excellent results. In this blog, the sleep specialists at eos sleep detail how these mouth guards help with sleep apnea. What is oral appliance therapy? Oral appliances are custom-designed plastic devices that are similar to an orthodontic retainer or a sports mouth guard. They’re worn only at night as a treatment for sleep apnea and snoring, and they work by supporting the jaw in a forward position and preventing the tongue and soft tissues in the back of the
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Has your partner told you that your snoring is keeping them up at night? Research shows an average 2 out of 5 women say their husbands’ snoring has forced them to sleep in another room. That’s not good for a relationship! Snoring disrupts the sleep of your partner and you. Snoring problems often lead to sleepless nights and exhaustion the following day. Read about these 5 natural remedies that will help you stop snoring. 1. Keep Hydrated to Stop Snoring Staying hydrated is a good rule of thumb in general. If you’re having snoring issues, you should consider if you’re getting enough water. Drinking water throughout the day helps break up mucus. If you’re snoring is caused my nasal congestion this could help. There’s no magic number for how much water you...
Mother with her child eating together and have a fun It is estimated that most American adults will experience gum disease at some point in their lives. Many of these cases can be treated through increased attention to daily and professional dental care, but some will progress to periodontitis and may even increase risks for systemic illness and disease. It is best then to take steps to prevent gum disease in the first place – and a new study may have just identified one more weapon in the battle against infections in the mouth. Researchers from the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom have recently found that chewing your food releases T helper 17 (Th17) cells, which are part of the adaptive immune system. Th17 cells target harmful pathogens without impacting the benefici
Did you know that asthma and sleep apnea are related? According to studies at the University of Wisconsin, if you suffer from asthma you have over… Continue ReadingHow Breath Training Can Help with CPAP The post How Breath Training Can Help with CPAP appeared first on The Sleep Zone.